Program Template

Wow…I had no. idea. so many of you would want the template to the programs I made. Of course, that should make sense, considering how long I fruitlessly searched for something to help me. :) Fortunately, my sister, who is a minister (and who is conducting our ceremony) sent me the order of the service, so I was able to go from that. Then I may-or-may-not have stolen bits and pieces off of random sites along the way (hey, at least I admit it).

Here are two links for you to download the program file. The first is in Word and the second is in PDF. This way, if you don’t have the same fonts that I have, you can at least see what the program should look like and go from there.

weddingbee_program.pdf
weddingbee_program.doc

The script font is AmazoneBT and the wide caps are Graverplate (similar to Copperplate). The font I used for the text of the reading is Bookman Old Style.

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Mrs. Corn

Location:
Newport, RI
Wedding Date:
September 2014
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    davis2b, Guest @ 2:35 pm

    Thank you!!

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    bride of rochester, Guest @ 2:39 pm

    um, i thought i was the only one marrying george clooney!! dang!

    p.s. I’d like maya angelo to read at my ceremony too.

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    Delinda, Guest @ 2:42 pm

    Thank you so very much for the templates:) I am going to sound like a complete loser..as I am totally clueless when it comes to doing things like this…SO PLEASE DON’T JUDGE..HEHEHEHE….The word formatted one..after changing fonts and what not (cheating from you)….after printing…basically I just have to assemble??? Like it will print..I fold and make pretty…and I’m done…Sorry to everyone I know I sound so stupid asking this:) You just made my life so much easier:)

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    Miss Corn, Guest @ 2:51 pm

    Delinda,

    we would NEVER judge you here! All I did was print and assemble.

    The only thing I can think of that you may have issues with is that you may have to set up the exact paper size for your printer. You can do that in the print settings. Play around with whether you should print in landscape or portrait using scrap paper first.

    Pages 3 & 4 are printed back to back so that when they are folded, they face the correct way.

    I scored the programs with my trusty Fiskars 12″ paper cutter (I posted about that here: http://www.weddingbee.com/tag/scrapbook)

    Don’t hesitate to ask more questions if you need to!

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    bethgraced, Guest @ 3:11 pm

    yay!

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    Delinda, Guest @ 3:21 pm

    THANK YOU:)

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    JenniferB, Guest @ 8:18 pm

    Thank you for sharing!

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    gigi, Guest @ 8:39 pm

    You are a lifesaver – just in time! THANK YOU!

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    AG, Guest @ 9:01 pm

    I’m confused by this whole program thing too.. did you turn the pages over in the printer so that they were printed on both sides/

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    Miss Corn, Guest @ 7:45 am

    No worries, AG. Page three and four were printed back to back. Some printers do this for you, my printer does not, so I printed all pages on one side and then flipped them around and printed the other side.

    My program didn’t have anything on the inside of the cover nor on the back of the cover, so the 2nd page (or the page that would have printed on the ‘back’ of page one, was left blank and therefore did not need to go through the printer a second time.

    Hope that clears it up.

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    katie the lady, Guest @ 3:50 pm

    L O V E this! THANKS so much for sharing. I’m totally inspired by you. Had to do some serious formatting on my mac for it to print correctly – but how wonderful! Where did you get the seashell image? I have a peach theme – would love to drop in little peaches there ;)

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    Weddingbee » Blog Archive » The Countdown Is On, Guest @ 2:32 pm

    [...] up, flying back to Boston tomorrow and meeting up with my mom to tie ribbons on the rest of the programs, finishing making all of the centerpieces and votives, and a my final dress fitting on [...]

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    Ms. Dee, Guest @ 10:14 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing the template. I have to agree with everyone, you made lots of bride’s life easier. You rock!

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    Ellen, Guest @ 4:47 pm

    Hi,

    May I also have a copy of the template? Thanks

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    Maria, Guest @ 9:36 pm

    That was hilarious….thanks for a good laugh and for the template. You made my life just that much simpler.
    All the best in your life together…

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    corn 1130 posts, Bumble bee @ 10:01 pm

    Thanks, Maria…you too ;)

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    Meagan, Guest @ 6:29 pm

    Hi, Just checking this out. The programs you made were absolutely wonderful! I really loved your design and thanks for posting the template,. Did you print them on 8.5*11 paper? and then cut them in half? What were the final dimensions? Thanks!

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    corn 1130 posts, Bumble bee @ 8:20 pm

    Glad you like them, Meagan. I cut 12×12 sheets in half and then printed them. The final sheets that went through the printer were 12×6 and the final folded programs were 6×6.

    Hope that helps!

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    Allie, Guest @ 10:51 am

    Can you email me your program template?
    Alliepig11@aol.com
    Thanks,
    Allie

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    sarah, Guest @ 1:08 pm

    where did you buy the 12 X 6 paper?

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    corn 1130 posts, Bumble bee @ 10:26 am

    Hi Sarah,

    I purchased 12×12 paper and cut them in half and then fed them through the printer that way.

    Hope that helps.

    –Mrs Corn

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    Me, Guest @ 10:55 pm

    aww this was great. Thanks for sharing you’re a life saver, a stress saver and therefore a relationship saver :P

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    Maggie, Guest @ 1:03 pm

    How did you get the wedding party in columns? I am trying but cannot figure it out.

    Thanks!!

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    corn 1130 posts, Bumble bee @ 1:27 pm

    Hi Maggie,

    I did this a long, looooooong time ago in Word. I think I just made text boxes and did the columns like that. But I know Word has a column option as well.

    Hope that helps!

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    Maggie, Guest @ 1:50 pm

    Mrs. Corn,

    Thank you so much! You have helped mayn of us! And thanks for responding still after all these years!

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    Nicole, Guest @ 3:22 pm

    This is great, thank you for posting. Where did you find 12×12 paper? All I find on the net are pads of scrapbooking paper with different designs.

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    corn 1130 posts, Bumble bee @ 3:28 pm

    Hey Nicole,

    The 12×12 paper came from Paper-Source

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    DaniRose 12 posts, Newbee @ 11:22 am

    Can you send me the template for the programs? For some reason it is not showing up on my screen. Thanks!

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    corn 1130 posts, Bumble bee @ 11:22 am

    For some reason, the templates no longer work on this site. My guess it they got lost during one of the server changes. If you would like me to send you a template, please contact me directly at miriam@limoncellostyle.com.

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    TraceyH 6 posts, Newbee @ 2:21 pm

    I realize that you posted this forever ago, but I was hoping that you still had the template. I tried to use the one you posted but it did not work ;(
    If you wouldn’t mind can you pls email it to me
    thickman79@yahoo.com

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